She’s a Helen Hayes award nominee, played Gretty in John Belluso’s Gretty Good Time at the Kennedy Center, and her original piece Still Standing, played at the White House and Off-Broadway. Her TV appearances include Law and Order, Oz, The Sopranos and the BBC’s From the Edge, and As the World Turns.
Stage roles include Emma Goldman in Ragtime, Golde in Fiddler on the Roof, Blanche in Brighton Beach Memoirs and Grizabella in Cats. Theatre Week Magazine awarded her best director for The Goodbye Girl.
Recently, Anita appeared at BIT Festival in Zagreb, Croatia, and in the movie Handsome Harry [starring Jamey Sheridan and Steve Bucemi]. An AFTRA National Board member, she’s National Co-Chair of the I AM PWD campaign.
More about Anita Hollander:
Anita Hollander’s Journey from Cleveland Child Actor to LAMDA
The Role Where Anita Hollander Offered to Lose Her Leg in the Second Act
Doing ‘Jacques Brel’ With a Bucket and a Pole
Anita Hollander’s Still Standing